The Tale of The Haunted Boots Opinions That Don't Matter episode 91 00:40 Sean is part of the Turkey Gang - even has a patch!02:00 Turkey Day Talk. Does Mexico have a Thanksgiving?05:00 Portugal: a story of festival, bandits & a return to Quebec 15:32 Weird things people do to their turkey18:45 Pecan nuts21:25 Puppy Parlance: eye infection, cut pad, and skin allergy… a lot of joy! 23:30 Two men who are in trouble when their ladies are not there… 27:35 Spayed & neutered what is the right thing to do?AUDIENCE LETTERSHaunted Boots - Brave Sir Ray 30:00Old man Cooper and the spooky new condosNo one stops you in the country Setting fire to the house for halloween, almost... AND history lesson. - Historian & Fire Party Lady Linn! 40:1142:35 Norway, Qatar, Germany & Scandinavian sweatersIceland, Australia and French Guyana… Penal colonies?Speakpipes… 1:00:36Adelard from The Netherlands - Sean means something bad in PolishIris from The Polands - Dick joke grandparentsLeave us a message https://www.speakpipe.com/OTDMSaying sorry… 1:07:00Puppy parlance and advice from a dog owner and a few other thoughts - Christoph a guitar wizard 01:10:00Live near Calgary? Peter Maher's upcoming dates: https://www.facebook.com/peter.maher.10297 - All mummers welcome! 01:18:45
Robin and Adam bring you Pastatime #21! Pastatime episodes are dedicated to reading the wonderful short fiction from internet communities like Creepypasta, The SCP Foundation, the No Sleep Subreddit, and even our wonderful Spooky Friend community. This week, Robin and Adam read three Creepypastas titled "The M Show Fan Club", "Persuaded", and "4:03". Stay a while and listen, share, subscribe, and review!
A man recounts a strange encounter with witchcraft on the open seas... Support my work: http://www.patreon.com/michaelwhitehouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/horrorofmike Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ghoststoriesrme/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@horrorofmike Website: http://www.michael-whitehouse.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Michael.Whitehouse.Author/
Robin and Adam proudly present Episode 206 of Scary(ish)! Adam tells the many tales that have given a small cemetery in Stull, Kansas a terrifying reputation and Robin digs into some of the rituals and traditions for laying your loved ones to rest from around the world. Listen, Share, Subscribe, and Review!
Robin and Adam bring you Storytime #177! Storytime episodes are 100% dedicated to listener submitted stories. Homegrown Horrors this week tell of prophetic dreams, an apparition in a large cloak, and a search in a relatives belongings that turned up a voodoo doll. Stay a while and listen, share, subscribe, and review!
Robin and Adam proudly present Episode 205 of Scary(ish)! Robin and Adam discuss the time they spent in the haunted location known as Lost Dutchman State Park and then dig into the storied history surrounding the location. Listen, Share, Subscribe, and Review!
Enveloped in Love – A Ghost Story “I recently began sensing my angels and guides again, and I believe there's such love and support for each and every one of us.” – Life, Death and the Space Between podcast Listener Episode Summary: A granddaughter shares her experiences growing up as a Christian, playing with angels, and being taught that Christianity was an elitist club, where only a very few would get into heaven. The rest would end up in the eternal torment of hell. She adored her grandmother who was spunky and fun, loved to sing and dance, and loved people. She cried at every single episode of touched by an angel. However, she wasn't a Christian. After her grandmother passed suddenly and unexpectedly, she feared for her grandmother's soul. But her grandmother reassured her from the other side that she was ok, in a place of incredible love, and completely safe. The message came with an overwhelming sense of peace, light, and love she describes as, “a cloud of beautiful colors, this most serene sense of love”. Do You Have a Ghost Story? Ghost Stories is a way for listeners to tell their amazing stories of the metaphysical. If you have a great story to tell, something similar to this, contact you have had with your loved one who has passed, or any other mystical experience please reach out: Team@DrAmyRobbins.com. Tell me your story so we can feature it on the show. Support Life, Death and the Space Between: If you're enjoying the podcast and finding value in guest interviews, ghost stories, and the content I share, please consider supporting the show by becoming a Patreon member for as little as $5 a month at Patreon.com/DrAmyRobbins As a member you'll get more say in the content we cover and exclusive access to behind-the-scenes goodness! Stay Connected: Facebook Instagram YouTube Fireside Website
Author : Laird Barron Narrator : Kaitlyn Zivanovich Host : Alasdair Stuart Audio Producer : Chelsea Davis Discuss on Forums “American Remake of a Japanese Ghost Story” was originally released by Crystal Lake Publishing in the anthology There Is No Death, There Are No Dead American Remake Of A Japanese Ghost Story Laird Barron There's […]
Robin and Adam bring you Pastatime #20! Pastatime episodes are dedicated to reading the wonderful short fiction from internet communities like Creepypasta, The SCP Foundation, the No Sleep Subreddit, and even our wonderful Spooky Friend community. This week, Robin and Adam read four Creepypastas titled "The Tulpa", "The Last Body I Ever Cut Open", "The Wrong Room", and "The Houseboat". Stay a while and listen, share, subscribe, and review!
Who was the face that was seen through a car window late in the night? Here is a preview of the story. “I had to call the police to get him to the hospital because he wouldn't go with me alone. As it turns out we went to a behavioral hospital to admit him for the doming week for observation and medication adjustments. While I was there one day a doctor talked to my husband about how he was a survivor. He had survived Covid 19 and now carbon monoxide poisoning. The doctor told him that most people don't survive longer than 15 minutes in a running car and he had been in the car for 45 minutes and was unscathed. My husband talked to me about this conversation before I left to come home from the visitation that day and on the way home his father's face popped up just below the rear view mirror of my car (his father had been dead since 1974 and had taken his own life in a running car in the garage of their home). I hadn't even thought about his father's death before that moment. HIs dad spoke to me saying "I was with him in the car the whole time" and then the face vanished.” Watch more at: http://www.realghoststoriesonline.com/ If you have a real ghost story or supernatural event to report, please write into our show or call 1-855-853-4802! If you like the show, please help keep us on the air and support the show by becoming an EPP (Extra Podcast Person). We'll give you a BONUS episode every week as a "Thank You" for your support. Become an EPP here: http://www.ghostpodcast.com/?page_id=118 or at or at http://www.patreon.com/realghoststories
Esta semana volvemos a nuestro formato original. Le dedicamos un episodio a la película A Ghost Story (disponible en Netflix) y la novela La amortajada, de María Luisa Bombal. Intentamos, y fallamos malamente, hacer un album de canciones educativas con contenido literario. Hablamos de los espacios habitados por personas y recuerdos, sobre el olvido y la nada, y algunas cositas más. Disfruten.
Who was the phone call from that came in late one night when everyone was asleep. Here is a preview of the story. “My first experience of anything paranormal in my adult life was when I was in my mid-20s. I had a very close friend, whose mother passed away whom I also had a very close relationship with, especially since I was shunned by my own mother after leaving the church. Her death came by surprise, she was only in her early 50s. I started having dreams of her and figured it was just me missing her…. That was until one evening I was taking a bath. I had left my phone on the sink, and I had all of the lights off with candles lit. I had my phone on silent, but I could see that it was ringing because I saw it lighting up. I ignored it because I was relaxing. When I got out of the tub, I saw a missed call on my phone. It was from my friend's mother. I got chills all over my body. I immediately texted my friend and asked her if she had her mom's phone. She said that she had it, but the battery was dead, and she thinks they had cut off service. I told her that I received a call from that number, she was in disbelief, so I sent her a screenshot to show her that it was real. She was really freaked out and didn't know what to say…” Watch more at: http://www.realghoststoriesonline.com/ If you have a real ghost story or supernatural event to report, please write into our show or call 1-855-853-4802! If you like the show, please help keep us on the air and support the show by becoming an EPP (Extra Podcast Person). We'll give you a BONUS episode every week as a "Thank You" for your support. Become an EPP here: http://www.ghostpodcast.com/?page_id=118 or at or at http://www.patreon.com/realghoststories
Robin and Adam bring you Storytime #176! Storytime episodes are 100% dedicated to listener submitted stories. Homegrown Horrors this week tell of a night with knocking all over the walls, a mysterious creature repeatedly climbing onto a house, and a couple that continues to see butterflies at odd times after a very real and very traumatic experience. Stay a while and listen, share, subscribe, and review!
A fantasy retelling of a medieval story of an ultra-violent, epic fantasy set in a land of auditory magic follows co-hosts from different backgrounds and cultures battling against a malevolent takeover. On Episode 484 of Trick or Treat Radio Evil Corny is back for another Patreon Takeover! This time around he chose the rotoscoped animated fantasy epic, The Spine of Night and the Arthurian legend of The Green Knight for us to discuss! We also air some more dirty laundry in the middle of a film discussion, discuss the history of rotoscope, and find out which disaster befell the god of war this week. So grab some snacks at the nearest alcohol store, prepare to go on a fool's journey, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Fawlty Towers, Evil Corny, Kubrickian, Patreon Takeover, caterpillars, John Deere, Stephen King, Chris Pratt, Will Smith, Super Mario Bros., The Incal, Taika Waititi, The Metabarons, Stephen Scarlata, Scarlett Johannson, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Akira, Star Wars, What We Do In the Shadows, Extra Special Halloween Special, Discord, the alcohol store, bubbalah, Jack Palance, Shane, how do you fix fire?, The Black Knight, Martin Lawrence, The Spine of Night, Heavy Metal, Fire and Ice, Max Fleischer, A Scanner Darkly, The Congress, rotoscoping, Cab Calloway, Wizards, Ralph Bakshi, Paul Dini, Anthology Films, Superman Cartoons, John Candy, Fist of the Northstar, animation for adults, Heavy Metal soundtracks, Fritz the Cat, Metalocalypse, Heavy Metal Magazine, cosmic horror, Patton Oswalt, Lucy Lawless, contradictory statements, Ving Rhames, Buttcrack, Art Spiegelman, Maus, The Green Knight, David Lowery, Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander, Joel Edgerton, Casey Affleck, A Ghost Story, Ralph Inseson, Summer School, Arthurian Myth, King Arthur, Guy Ritchie, Morgan le Fay, First Knight, Camelot 3000, Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, Merlin, The Fool's Journey/The Hero' Journey, Orange Cassidy, A.V.H.J, Erin Kellyman, Alicia Vikander, The Night House, David Bruckner, Hellraiser, The Lamont Configuration, Jesus Wick, Willy Nobody, eating off a silver platter, The Rocky Overhang, and A Scanner Dorkly.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:email@example.comVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradio)
Who took the life of a little girl more than a three decades ago, and is the man on death row to blame? One ghost doesnt think so. The gift of a family home to a granddaughter, goes from a dream to a nightmare when something non-family haunts the home. Watch more at: http://www.realghoststoriesonline.com/ If you have a real ghost story or supernatural event to report, please write into our show or call 1-855-853-4802! If you like the show, please help keep us on the air and support the show by becoming an EPP (Extra Podcast Person). We'll give you a BONUS episode every week as a "Thank You" for your support. Become an EPP here: http://www.ghostpodcast.com/?page_id=118 or at or at http://www.patreon.com/realghoststories
This episode examines the story of La Llorona, the Weeping Woman of Mexican and Latin American ghostlore. Hosts Stephen Winick and John Fenn discuss Winick's research into the legend for the Folklife Today blog, and interview three guests. Camille Acosta, who wrote a thesis about the Llorona legend, talks about her research and the meanings the story has for kids and adults. Allina Migoni, the Latinx subject specialist for the American Folklife Center, talks about the importance of the La Llorona story for Mexican and Mexican American identity, as well as the connections between La Llorona and La Malinche, the enslaved Indigenous woman whose work as a translator helped Hernán Cortés conquer Mexico. Juan Dies speaks about La Llorona songs, as well as the figure of La Llorona in Mexican pop culture. More information on the songs as well as photos of some the singers and links to all the archival sources, can be found at https://blogs.loc.gov/folklife.
Robin and Adam proudly present Episode 203 of Scary(ish)! Robin dives into some of the rumored inspirations behind a beloved Studio Ghibli classic while Adam details the horrors that have be experienced on the day after Thanksgiving. Listen, Share, Subscribe, and Review!
This week Deanna tells the tragic tale of Vance Rodriguez aka Mostly Harmless, a hiker who met a mysterious fate (starts at (16:44)). Candice spooks us with a good ol' ghost story in the telling of the San Pedro haunting (starts at (33:15)). At the end, we get a tarot reading from Cassidy which is sadly cut off half way (due to technical issues aka I forgot to hit record on our second session) CHECK OUT our new merch store! Please remember to subscribe and rate us/review us! Follow us on Instagram! Become a patron and support us via Patreon! Email us your f*cked up stories at NFWpodcast@gmail.com we'd love to hear from you! C U Next Tuesday!
Hey friends & phantoms! We have missed you this year. As a super special surprise this is a Halloween episode of Laughing in the Dark. Sara Jones and comic guest Kyle Ploof discuss horrible true stories that all center around Halloween. We also introduce Alejandro Dowling, co-host of Kyle's from their podcast Death in Entertainment, to tell a horrible true crime Halloween story from his hometown! It's terrible. It's funny. It's Laughing in the Dark for One Night Only. HAPPY HALLOWEEN. We love you and we can't wait for Season 4!!
Happy Halloween, All Souls Day, and Day of the Dead! To support the show, please donate via Patreon or BuyMeACoffee. Thank you! Music by Fesliyan Studios. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/historyobscura/support
In this Q&A Episode I answer questions that have been sent to me via email: - Do you currently live in a haunted house? - Have you ever been touched or scratched by a spirit? - What are you going to be for Halloween? - What is your least favorite part about investigating the paranormal? - Do you believe in spirit mediums or are they all fake?
While the miniseries and the third season are in production, we bring you a drunk halloween ghost story. The cursed episode, that tried to stay dead through multiple technical errors but we buried it in a particular cemetery and now it rises like a mog from the bog... Due to the aforementioned issues both technical and otherwise, the audio of this episode is a little quieter than usual. Please consider funding further episodes of the podcast here Or consider supporting Mark Nixon at his Patreon here
Welcome to West Coast Radio's 2nd Annual Halloween Special. WCR Halloween specials feature real paranormal stories as told by the souls that experienced them. Be sure to check out these storytellers! (In order of appearance...) John from Seattle band, Asterhouse: https://www.asterhousehq.info/about https://asterhouse.bandcamp.com/ Facebook & Instagram - AsterhouseMusic Turtle from Dark Rum Podcast in Pennsylvania: RumRunnasPodcastNetwork.com Instagram: @DarkRumPodcast Facebook: RumRunnas Dog Bite Harris. Podcaster, Musician, Got Damn True American Artist from Heppner, Oregon: Find, "Useless and Alone" (Podcast), "Dog Water Radio" (Podcast), and "Double Talkin'" (Podcast) wherever you like to stream your podcasts. RuckusintheRecords.comFacebook: Dog Bite Harris Instagram: @the_real_dogbite_harris & @dogwaterradio Colleen Chittick, a treasure hunter, unapologetic optimist, and WCR listener from Seattle, Washington: Instagram: @Chittttee Stony SOS, a musician from New York City: Instagram: @iamStonySOS Stony SOS on YouTube Stream Stony SOS wherever you like to stream your music. Including Spotify & Apple Music! soundcloud.com/stonysos
Horror audio theater for the spooky seasonHost: Sean DillonSupport the artists of Dead North at: https://www.patreon.com/deadnorthPOTENTIAL TRIGGERS TOPICS: Implied harm to animals, Cannibalism-----POSSIBLE BURGER (from part one - description accidentally excluded)Produced by: Special When LitWritten by: Nissa Nordland MorganFeatures: Zach Morgan as Henry MartinLauren Anderson as Possible Burger Vendor, Teen Cook, and Barn IntercomNissa Nordland Morgan as Narrator and 4-H KidSam Landman as Slicker ManKayla Dvorak Feld as The Sacred Pig and Little Girland the voices of pigs from the MN State Fair.Sound Design, Mixing and Music by Nissa Nordland MorganSpecial When Lit unapologetically pushes the boundaries of storytelling, finding a universal humanity in the weird, the extraordinary and the supernatural. We particularly enjoy using spectacle, blood and emboldened sexuality to create a visceral experience for the audience. Founder, Nissa Nordland Morgan, wrote plays The Fae and Incarnate, both performed at the Twin Cities Horror Festival. Nordland also wrote the audio horror Nisse-Natten, which was a part of Blight Christmas and received praise from the judges of the Atlanta Fringe Audio Festival. She was awarded the TC Arts Reader Critic's Choice Award and won the Theatre in the Round Venue Pick for her play Xena and Gabrielle Smash the Patriarchy. Nordland is an alum of the Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre, a member of the Playwright Cabal, company member of Theatre Pro Rata, and the Artistic Director of the Twin Cities Horror Festival. This presentation explores gluttony, and the revenge of the consumed. Special When Lit asks- Do you know what (or who) you are eating? Possible Burger features the voices of pigs and sounds of the swine barn from the 2021 MN State Fair, recorded by Nordland herself.Follow Special When Lit Theatre on Facebook for updates on future projects-------WALKIESby Paper Soulwritten by J. Merrill Motzperformed by Logan Rodgersoutro music by Cherly KaCherly from the Free Music ArchiveWalkies was inspired by many many many summer afternoons spent taking two particular dogs around a particular neighborhood and noticing their particular various quirks and...warning signs.Paper Soul was founded by Motz (rhymes with boats, he/him/his) for the 2013 MN Fringe and has created several experiments in the solo performance style ever since. Motz tours these shows both in person and digitally to Fringe Festivals locally and (hopefully) across the country.If you're listening to this episode in October 2021, you have until midnight on the 31st to catch Paper Soul's latest production BRIG, a Ghost Story for Film, available as a Video-On-Demand performance, only at www.papersoul.org Special thanks to Katie Shay & Mike Heckman for letting me spend so much time with their awesome pups, Helen & Freyja.-------BEAR SAUSAGEBy Oncoming ProductionsWritten and produced by Sean DillonPerformed by Jay Kistler and Justin BetancourtOncoming Productions was founded by Sean Dillon, and has produced original dark and horror theater in the Twin Cities since 2013. Past projects have included The Deep Dark, The Last Bombardment, Geminae, holiday anthology shows Oncoming Productions Ruins Christmas, Dread the Halls, Blight Christmas, and this podcast!Keep an eye on OncomingProductions.com and/or our Facebook page for future projects.-----CALLIMARWritten and performed by Alice PaigeAudio production by Sean DillonAlice Paige is a trans woman, poet, and storyteller living in St. Paul, Mn. Her writing focuses on topics like mythology and the transformative power of queer love. Her work can be found at FreezeRay Poetry, Crabfat Magazine, Coffin Bell, VASTARIEN, Button Poetry, Write About Now, Luna Station Quarterly and Take A Stand, Art Against Hate: A Raven Chronicles Anthology. She is a Digital Pedagogical Lab Fellow and has her MFA in Creative Writing from Hamline University. ------Dead North is a production of Oncoming Productions and Hot Chocolate Media.www.oncomingproductions.comhttps://www.hotchocolatemedia.netProducers: Sean and Mallory Dillon for Oncoming Productions, Kyle Dekker and Jacob Gulliver for Hot Chocolate Media Intro/Outro/Interstitial Music: Erik OstromThe rights to individual pieces are retained by their creators, all rights reserved.Our intro/outro/interstitial music samples “Ice Breaking 01” by dheming, used under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. https://freesound.org/people/dheming/sounds/268023/Dead North is supported by listener donations, and the donations we receive are shared with our artist contributors. Please consider donating at oncomingproductions.com.Please subscribe and rate Dead North wherever you get your podcasts, to help us spread the word.We've got something special coming up for the holidays, so be sure to subscribe! Our next episodes are scheduled for release in early/mid-December. Thank you for listening.
Welcome to The Apple Seed! Some time filled with stories for you and your family. Since 2013 we've been bringing you tall tales, personal tales, fairy tales, historical tales and more. All kinds of tales, from all kinds of tellers. Halloween has a little something for all of us! If you like getting dressed up in fun costumes, Halloween gives you the perfect reason to do so. If you like playing silly pranks on your family members or friends, it provides you with a perfect opportunity to do so. If you just really like candy, this holiday is for you, too. Whatever your reason for liking Halloween, we've got some great and gently spooky stories for you on this episode of The Apple Seed. On today's episode, enjoy the following: "La Llorona - The Weeping Woman" by Antonio Sacre from Water Torture, the Barking Mouse, and Other Tales of Wonder (1:15) "A Ghost Story" by Mark Twain performed by The Apple Seed Reader's Theatre (15:54) The Daily Mix: "The Mummy" with Cole Wissinger "Scary Story" by Samantha Daynes (37:51) "The Titanic and the Mummy's Curse" by David Holt from Mostly Ghostly Stories (40:02) "Bloody Finger" by Big Joe Pagliuca from Spooky Ooky (48:52)
In this episode, fitness trainer and guest host Brandie talks about the people that used to party around her after dark. Elaine talks about the strange creature that could the reason for the thousands of unexplained disappearances around the Alaskan Triangle that makes the Bermuda Triangle look like a little bitch!Support the show by subscribing, rating, reviewing and sharing! Looking for more ways to support the show? OMG you're so sweet! Vote for us at podcast magazine every day - podcastmagazine.com/hot50Join us on Patreon: patreon.com/waitwhaaat
Robin and Adam bring you Pastatime #18! Pastatime episodes are dedicated to reading the wonderful short fiction from internet communities like Creepypasta, The SCP Foundation, the No Sleep Subreddit, and even our wonderful Spooky Friend community. This week, Robin and Adam read four Creepypastas titled "The Reason I Don't Do Cold Readings Anymore", "The River Country Film", "Creak", and an untitled story written by Spooky Friend Amber. Stay a while and listen, share, subscribe, and review!
Everyone likes a good ghost story, especially around this time of year. Dorothy Malone of Milwaukee shared a childhood encounter with the supernatural at Ex Fabula’s StorySlam ‘Identity’ event held in March 2020. Karl Christenson brings us the story.
Icelandic ghost stories have been told over the centuries and there is one in particular that I am sharing in this episode. “Deacon of Dark River” or Djákninn á Myrká is a spooky story that involves love, Christmas and the undead. Over the last couple of years, Halloween has become more popular in Iceland, even though there is another holiday (Öskudagur), where kids dress up and sing for candy. However, that holiday happens on Ash Wednesday and not much happens during this time of the year, so it makes sense that Icelanders are gravitating towards celebrating Halloween. Random Fact of the Episode “Trolls in the Knolls: 35 Icelandic Folk & Fairy Tales ” is the book I referenced in the episode. It has some fun stories that are a mix of bizarre, fascinating and a little scary. Icelandic Phrase of the Episode Gleðilega Hrekkjavöku - Happy Halloween Subscribe to the All Things Iceland Newsletter Don't miss out on announcements of special content for those planning a trip to Iceland. Click Here Join the All Things Iceland Community on Patreon Some of you might be aware that one of my goals for the podcast is to travel around Iceland more to interview different people in each region. In July, I set up the All Things Iceland community on Patreon. It's a membership platform that was founded in 2013. It allows for creators like me to provide exclusive content to listeners like you in exchange for a monthly subscription. Each month I am doing Ask Me Anything videos, Live Chats, and Folklore Friday each week. Sometimes I do updates about my life in Iceland. I do not share this content on any other channel. The support from my patrons on the All Things Iceland community on Patreon will help to evolve All Things Iceland. There are several membership tiers to choose from and each tier has a variety of benefits. If you would like to join the community, go to patreon.com/allthingsiceland. I look forward to having you join. Þakka þér kærlega fyrir að hlusta (og að lesa) og Gleðilega Hrekkjavöku! Thank you kindly for listening (and reading) and Happy Halloween! Share this post Share on facebook Facebook Share on pinterest Pinterest Share on twitter Twitter Let's Be Social. Here is where we can connect. Instagram Facebook Youtube
Hey there, Halloweenies! It's time to gather round the big orange couch and tell five tales of frights - all from 90s Nickelodeon shows! "The Ghost Story" from "Salute Your Shorts" (1991) "Haunted House" from "Ren & Stimpy" (1992) "The Tale of the Twisted Claw" from "Are You Afraid of the Dark" (1992) "Halloweenie" from "The Adventures of Pete and Pete" (1994) "Sugar Frosted Frights" from "Rocko's Modern Life" (1995)
Welcome to Dev Game Club, where this week we start a new series on 2005's Capcom horror classic, Resident Evil 4. We place it in its time and then talk immediately about how it really kicked the third-person action-adventure game into higher gear. Dev Game Club looks at classic video games and plays through them over several episodes, providing commentary. Sections played: Up to the second typewriter Issues covered: the Capcom 5, having some trouble getting the game off the ground, success of the remake, a really different feel, relying on establishing POV shots from slashers, horror movie touchpoints, moving away from straight-up zombie games, differences between Chris and Leon, meeting Hunnigan via the Codec, popularizing the third-person shooter, hold-overs from the older controls, fighting the controls, embodying the character, disempowerment, pick a spot and stand your ground, jerky enemies, shooting a weapon out of the air, opening up the level design to multiple paths, the gun-and-run, Leon's better tactics, "various awesome actions," moving saves away from being a resource, a more revealed map, having people coming at you with pitchforks and torches, can you get the chainsaw guy?, disconnects with marketing, getting lucky to have marketing departments who got it, moral choices and the morally objectionable, motivating the character choices for evil, coloring the tone of dialog to reflect your choices, what weapons we chose with BioShock, talking about the wrench kill, loving crossbows, style over substance in Control. Games, people, and influences mentioned or discussed: God of War, Shadow of the Colossus, SW: Republic Commando, Psychonauts, Guild Wars, Civ IV, FEAR, The Undying, Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, AC: Wild World, Guitar Hero, Mercenaries, Battlefront II, KotOR II, Lego Star Wars, Xbox 360, Capcom, GameCube, PN 03, Vanquish, Viewtiful Joe, Suda51, Killer 7, Clover Studio, Hideki Kamiya, Dead Phoenix, Panzer Dragoon, PlayStation 2, Devil May Cry, PT, Game Developer Magazine, Friday the 13th, Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Evil Dead, Army of Darkness, Godzilla, Classic Monsters, The Hills Have Eyes, 'Salem's Lot, The Omen, The Exorcist, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Living Dead, Shawn Cassidy, Silent Hill, Gears of War, Metal Gear Solid, Frankenstein, Deathloop, Sam Thomas, BioShock, The Green Knight, David S. Lowery, Ghost Story, Jarkko S, Dishonored, Metro, Hitman, Control, Aki Kaurismaki, The Last of Us Part II, Ryan, Deus Ex, No More Heroes, Kirk Hamilton, Aaron Evers, Mark Garcia. Next time: Check Twitter! Twitch: brettdouville or timlongojr, instagram:timlongojr, Twitter: @timlongojr and @devgameclub DevGameClub@gmail.com
Robin and Adam proudly present Episode 202 of Scary(ish)! Robin covers one of the most haunted house (stop me if you've heard this one before) in England while Adam goes over the terrifying event that is still known as California's deadliest natural disaster. Listen, Share, Subscribe, and Review!
Robin and Adam bring you Storytime #175! Storytime episodes are 100% dedicated to listener submitted stories. Homegrown Horrors this week tell of a creepy doppelganger from childhood, disembodied breathing while alone in the home, and a childhood home filled with apparitions. Stay a while and listen, share, subscribe, and review!
Glenn shares a true Mormon story about a truly spooky ghost story that is truly Mormon and truly spooky and even more truly a story. Fill out the new Mindfulness Survey here. Support the podcast on Patreon here